HHS takes action to ensure equal access for the deaf and hard of hearing. Office ensures Americans with Disabilities Act is being followed.
Industry-leading reliability and innovation a key focus at recent AudiologyNOW! 2012 convention.
Starkey Hearing Foundation joins with Scholastic to launch National Hearing Awareness campaign.
Vanderbilt provides tips to help prevent hearing loss from headphones. Advice designed to help teenagers and parents listen to music safely.
Individuals impacted by hearing loss while on the job can look into vocational rehabilitation programs for help covering costs of hearing aids.
May is Better Hearing and Speech month and seeks to raise awareness of individuals suffering from hearing loss, impairments and speech disorders.
Do ''noise reduction'' programs in hearing aids work? The background noise is terrible!
Oticon provides five scholarships for audiology students to continue graduate education.
New studies about how we hear sound could improve hearing devices designed for deaf individuals and others suffering from profound hearing loss.
Technology that translates sign language into text aims to empower sign language users. New app being developed by scientists.
The Oticon Get hearing aid is an effective solution for the cost-conscious individual who wants the benefits of fundamental hearing aid technology.
RIT/NTID to hold summer robot camp for students suffering from hearing loss and deafness. Camp open to 9th and 10th grade high school students.
American Sign Language videos seek to help deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals prepare for disasters.
There are several new phone apps in the market to help deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals to communicate with friends and family in real time.
The best hearing aids depend on many factors, including the patient's unique hearing loss and listening needs.
Healthy Hearing free guide provides information on types of hearing aids and understanding and purchasing hearing aids.
Beltone awarded the Larry Mauldin Award for Excellence in Education to Dr. Tom Muller at the AudiologyNOW! Convention in Boston, MA, March 28-31, 2012.
Oticon releases new miniBTEs in Acto, Agil and Ino family hearing aids. New aids provide small size, but same great features.
Sonic displayed its out-of-the-box hearing solutions at AudiologyNOW!® in March at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Songbird study makes connection between deafness and its effects on vocal nerves. Researches believe deafness can lead to speech deterioration over time.
Free guide from Healthy Hearing offers audiogram walk-through and explores different types of hearing loss.
Rochester Institute of Technology held 2012 National Science Fair for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Students. Awards were given to students suffering from hearing loss in a variety of categories.
Oticon introduces latest hearing aid, Intigai. The device is a nearly invisible, in-the-ear hearing aid providing a discreet solution for first-time or veteran users.
Oticon combines discreetness, acceptance and performance in new Intiga hearing aid models to benefit first-time users. Individuals with hearing loss will love the simplicity of this hearing aid.
Healthy Hearing offers free guide to help understand the way we hear, the way the ears work and how sound travels to the brain.
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